While the construction process is influenced by humans, much of the work will focus on robots. A team of robots is used to assemble the museum's curved metal facade. These include the forming, mounting, welding and polishing of outdoor metal panels. Another robot team will print 3D elements for the surrounding landscape in 3D. Finally, drones are used for building inspections to provide visual credentials to customers and to monitor on-site robotic vehicles.
It is not yet clear what exactly can be seen in the museum after the opening. However, if the scope of the construction project is a pioneering one, visitors should expect that there is a fairly definite and impressive collection of robots from all over field history.
"The new robot museum is expected to begin its first exhibition in May 2009 beginning of 2020 and is expected to finish in late 2022 [in]," said Altınışık. "After the opening, it functions as a branch of the Seoul Metropolitan Museum."
You better save for this holiday in Seoul. We hear that it is especially beautiful between March and May and again between September and November.